How many inhabitants did Berlin have in 2020?

28.12.2021 - With 3.77 million inhabitants (exactly 3,769,962, as of December 31, 2020), Berlin is Germany's largest city and ranks fifth in Europe - just behind St. Petersburg and ahead of Madrid.
Berliners are on average 42.7 years old and about 4,200 citizens live on one square kilometre.
Population:* 3.769.962
Population density:* 4.227,4 people per km²
Average age:* 42,7
But what does it actually look like in Berlin's neighborhoods? How do they differ from one another? Are there neighborhoods that have a particularly large number of residents, or are they particularly young or old? Which Berlin neighborhood has the highest population density?

*Source: Statistische Ämter des Bundes und der Länder, Deutschland, 2021

Population Berlin

The most populous quarter of Berlin is Pankow Zentrum. Pankow Zentrum is located in the north of the federal capital. The neighborhood of Pankow Süd ranks second in terms of population, followed by Weitlingstraße.
At the lower end of the population is the quarter Messegelände. Only 9 (nine) people lived there in 2020.

Population density Berlin

Donaustraße is the most densely populated neighborhood in Berlin and measures only 0.3 km². The quarter Zwinglistraße ranks second in terms of population density. In position 3 is Schillerpromenade.
The last rank of the most densely populated neighborhoods in Berlin is occupied by Tegeler Forst.

Average age Berlin

The difference in the average age of the neighborhoods in Berlin is very high. There are 37 years between the oldest neighborhood in Berlin and the youngest.
The oldest neighborhood in Berlin is Messegelände, the youngest is Wriezener Bahnhof/Entwicklungsgebiet.